A WORD TO THE PARENTS
THE FIRST STEP TO SUCCESS IN ACADEMIC LIFE
As the final year of school life, STD. 10 is the stepping stone to the real world for students. The entire program at Adinath Classes is generated towards helping your ward getting through this year
with the greatest success with the least amount of difficulty. But apart from the best academic guidance from experts in the field, students also need the support of their parents at the threshold of this
important period in their academic life.
We understand this and encourage parents to be actively part of this academic journey with their ward.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR PARENTS
- Please contact your branch manager for any query or clarification and to know about the functioning of the batches.
- Kindly ensure punctuality. Student coming in late may not be allowed to attend the respective lecture.
- Discipline must be maintained in the classrooms as well as in the premises of the institute. Students found misbehaving will be suspended or dismissed.
- Students are strictly prohibited from keeping their cell phones in the "switched on" mode in class. The institute will not be responsible for the loss of cell phones within the premises.
- Decency in dress code is must. Shorts/Sleevless not permitted.
- Allotment of batch and session(morning/afternoon) is solely at the discretion of the institution.
- Transfer of a student to any center will be at the sole discretion of the institution.
- Please note that the attendance for all the lecture/tests is compulsory. Please intimate in writing before the lecture/test if your ward is unable to attend the lecture/test to avoid any action being taken.
- No re-examination will be reconducted. The question paper & model answer paper of a missed examination will be made available to the student/parent.
- You may also keep a check on oour child's progress through the innovative Student Center portal, available 24 hours a day. All parents will have a seperate username and password. The username and password will be sent to you at the time of student registration.